Twinkle Banerjee (She/Her) is an Indian-Canadian visual artist, who works primarily with photography and moving images. Her work explores social issues such as generational trauma, BIPOC identity, and mental health. Understanding the pressure put on BIPOC artists to create trauma-related work, she also tries balancing her practice with introspective experiments creating poetic imagery.

She has exhibited in the USA, Canada, the UK, the UAE, and Armenia, has been published in Berlin by the prestigious Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation, and featured on CBC. In 2021 her work "Characters of Memorial Park" was part of an exhibition and publication at the ICP-New York and was exhibited in 2022 at the Sharjah Art Foundation. Her most recent exhibition was at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.

Beyond presenting her work to the broader audience, Twinkle remains deeply engaged in the artistic community. She serves as the Vice President of the board for MST Performative Art in Calgary. She also lends her expertise as a juror for various arts initiatives. Her commitment to fostering creative dialogue extends to her role as a full-time member of Diversify Photo in New York